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Poster: craven714 Date: Jun 4, 2008 6:46pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Anniversary show


here is the one I was trying to remember the date.

If you are going to start digging into Phil, you have to listen to the ways they would recycle a riff (motif/motive) from a song (any..........................fucking...............song):

like track 4as listed here, is the "Tears of a Clown" jam.
Become very familiar with this...they sure did...
I love the way these little jams would literally pass through from player to player, usually bar to bar, as kind of the call and response that helps music become something else.

Highlight of this show: (phils vocals and harmonies are B+)
Set two: She Said. We know how the boys handled the Beatles. Insert your own thought. Phil and his crew do this classic a favor IMO.
BUT, it is the following jam that makes my hairs stand on end.
This reincarnation of the early Beatles song drops into a reggae rhythm (that FUCKIN MOLO) in which everyone loosens up even more until they start working on a "Can't Always Get What You Want" jam. Beatles+Reggae+Stones+Phil & Friends+Rock-n-Roll+improv? COME ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Again this type of "call and response" is mesmerizing.

This leads to a 26 min Mtns of the Moon>Luna Jam>Intrada Jam.
Then the musical palendrome - -

(long-ass)CRYPT>TOO>Nite of 1000
stars(why? I have no idea)>TOO>CRYPT>
(a fast)RIDER

Give it a whirl..........................

edit: dont know i am speaking to snore or snori?

This post was modified by craven714 on 2008-06-05 01:46:32

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Poster: snore Date: Jun 5, 2008 4:37am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Anniversary show

Thanks again Craven714, a morning at work well spent. I loved this show. The two guitars are like a conversation, and I enjoyed the keyboards backing them up without being overstated. The bass and drums aren't bad either. You didn't mention it, but I assume you'd noticed the 'Norwegian Wood' element in the MOTM jam ? I think it's going to be a longer shelf than I had anticipated.

Snore is Snori at work, the result of a typo I couldn't figure out how to correct.

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Poster: craven714 Date: Jun 5, 2008 6:14am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Anniversary show

glad you enjoyed it! Norwegian Wood, isn't it good?
I will try to shot you another good one here in a bit

but for now, I am going to be snore at work, (snoring actually) gotta sleep. Dont tell my boss................

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Poster: craven714 Date: Jun 5, 2008 2:15pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Anniversary show


some more work music~~~~